Highlights from Inspire 2016

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It’s a wrap for Inspire 2016. Lexmark’s hallmark Enterprise Software conference concluded Wednesday in Orlando, Fla., after three days of learning and networking for more than 1,300 attendees.

The 10th annual conference included more than 140 educational sessions covering new product functionality, customer success stories, best practices, insight from industry experts, solutions for industry-specific business processes, and much more.

“Inspire ‘16’s focus on winning in the age of the customer was very well received by all attendees,” said Todd Hamblin, Lexmark’s chief marketing officer. “Lexmark’s unique and powerful software portfolio highlighted fresh new ways to meet the needs of today’s demanding customers. The real magic in our broad offering is the ability to select and combine the exact technologies you need at whatever stage your company is in relative to digital transformation.”

Here are some highlights from Inspire 2016:

Lexmark product announcement

Lexmark announced the availability of Kofax TotalAgility® 7.3, the first unified platform delivering omnichannel customer engagement and rapid digital transformation across multiple use cases.

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Customer and partner awards

Lexmark announced the Inspire 2016 award winners, recognizing 22 customers and partners for outstanding innovation.

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Customer and speaker insights

State of Montana CIO Ron Baldwin discussed the importance of considering, creating and managing government as an enterprise: 

Chris Willis, Perceptive Content administrator at Vidant Health, talked about the perils of making assumptions when it comes to your technology:

Robin Carr, director of Academic Records at the University of Arkansas, gave her advice to other schools thinking about implementing Intelligent Capture for Transcripts:

Jan McCully, senior vice president of Insurance Operations at Wells Fargo, discussed how the benefits her company gained when it implemented Kofax TotalAgility go beyond the expected return on investment:

Ewaldo Del Valle, CEO of TR Process, talked about why he thinks Inspire is “the most important event” of the year for his company and his customer, Caruana Financeira:

Central Piedmont Community College’s Susan Hunter shared why she’s a huge fan of Lexmark Industry Networking Communities, better known as LINCs:

See more from Inspire on Lexmark’s InContext blog.